•You slept in my bed last night - m4w (Atlanta)
ME: A guy coming home to find you asleep in my bed.
YOU: Stunningly attractive blonde slightly undressed.
ME: Strangely bemused, but too tired and distracted by other women in my head to care.
YOU: Gone this morning when I woke up.
ME: Trying to determine from roommates who you were, but they have no clue (they really aren't too conscious right now and think I am lying).
If you attended what must have been a great party last night (I can tell from the mess) and slept in some guys bed then please poke me back, I have some things here that might be yours. Also, let me know if you will be back tonight and I will change the sheets.
Finally, thank you for not taking my side of the bed, THAT would have been awkward.
• Outter Carrot Eater ... To Eat Outter Part Of Baby Carrots (Vancouver)
Alright, So I need somebody to come over once a week & eat the outter part of baby carrots so that I can enjoy the sweet succulent center of the carrot.
You will also need to throughly wash each center carrot, for the prevention of germs is necessary.
Please do not have herpes or any STDS.
I am very serious about this, I really only enjoy the center of the carrots.
You must be good at taking little bites.
I'm hoping to get a large bowl full once per week.
Will pay 50 Cents per carrot.
So 100 Carrots Semi-Eaten = 50 bucks cash in your pocket.
It's really simple enough.
Serious inquires only please!
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